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related searches for leaders as organizations such as the san francisco bay area rapid transit, the dallas area rapid transit, l.a. mta and metropolitan authority and as well as other government agencies like the port of soak land and the city and county of san francisco. on march 11 we a awarded a contract in the amount of $51,250. this is well within the $60,000 budget and the procurement policy for issuing a contract under the interim executive director's threshold. i have here today the hawkins team. i would like to introduce william hauck hawk, steve nee lablont and the comanagers of the team their assistant. i would like to welcome them to the podium to go through the packet and also on attachment two. >> just a couple of questions before you bring them up. i am impressed with this group because they have done serves for about 200 transportation agencies and significant and in line what we're trying to find. if you can talk about the other ones that applied, i think three out of the seven and talk about the difference in terms what the hawkins group presented compared to the oth
of i hear -- to name this rec center, is because it is part of the history of san francisco. >> they took off from logan airport, and the call of duty was to alert american airlines that her plane was hijacked, and she stayed on the phone prior to the crash into the no. 9 world trade center. >> i would like to claim today the center and the naming of it. [applause] >> kmer i actually challenged me to a little bit of a ping pong -- the mayor actually challenge me to a little bit of a ping- pong, so i accept your challenge. ♪ >> it is an amazing spot. it is a state of the art center. >> is beautiful. quarkrights i would like to come here and join them >> good afternoon and welcome to the san francisco transportation authority and i am chair avalos and swroined by commissioner cohen and marr and wiener. this is the personnel committee. the clerk of the board is erika cheng and we are broadcast today by sfgtv. madam clerk will you share any announcements? >> we don't have any announcements. >> i did roll call already so we can go to item two. >> item two is approval of the m
: the debate started when san francisco began allowing gay cup toll get married nine years ago. and now the future of gay marriage is in the hand of the u.s. supreme court. good evening. those 9 justices are taking on a central issue in modern american life. gay marriage. and with it comes profound questions. what is a family. what is the purpose of marriag marriage. many bay area city like berkeley showed their support for the lgbt community by raising rainbow flag today. we have team coverage for you tonight beginning with 7 news reporter carolyn tyler at the supreme court in washington. >> pep rally of sorts took place throughout the morning both side who care deeply about the outcome of this landmark case. inside no argument. justices had hard hitting questions for the critic and supporters of prop 8. california ban on same sex marriage. >> you have sort of a reason for not including same sex couples. is there any reason that you have for excluding them. >> some 40,000 children in california that live with same sex parents and they want their parents to have full recognition a
condition. in berkeley, lisa amin gulezian, abc7 news. >> this afternoon's performance of the san francisco symphony is cancelled because of the ongoing strike by symphony musicians. last night's concert and two a performances also were cancelled. abc7 news reporter sergio tells us, this week's prestigious tour of the east coast is also in jeopardy. ♪ >> ticket holders were met by a trio of woodwinds outside of the box office and some picketing. >> we wanted to be here to explain to them the situation and just -- have a little music going for them to listen to and to enjoy so at least they get something to hear. >> as they played and picketed out here, negotiations continued inside over terms for a new contract. these musicians say the san francisco symphony has a stellar pedigree, including several grammy awards so they deserve a bump in pay. the los angeles philharmonic, the chicago symphony orchestra, they also want to recruit the best talent. we need to be able to offer a competitive salary. as you very well know, we have probably the highest cost of living. >> on average each earned
:45, in 40 minutes from now. in san francisco, this afternoon, the group "get equal" will lead a vigil with other same-sex marriage supporters at 4:00 this afternoon at the supreme court building in san francisco. reporting live from berkeley, kira klapper, for abc7 news. >> abc7 news reporter was inside the supreme court during the prop 8 hearing this morning and will report back on the historic arguments on abc7 news going at 4:00 today. >> as the supreme court considers the legality of same-sex marriage, abc7 news' katie couric asks, what does being gay in america mean today and focuses on gay and lesbian families living in communities that do not always accept this. plus, meet a young girl with two gay dads who sent a personal plea to president obama on "katie" today at 3:00 right here. >> developing news from morgan hill where a preschool teacher accused of spiking student drinks with sleep medication was in court for enter a plea and amy hollyfield was in court for the arraignment and at the courthouse. >> she entered not guilty plea, ms. gratz did not comment. she is free and no
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was the first deadly attack involving a big cat in california since that deadly mauling at the san francisco zoo back in 2007. today's attack was at an animal sanctuary in dunlap, about 45 miles east of fresno. >> it happened here at a place called cat haven. a private, wildlife sanctuary. the founder says at about noon today, the park's intern went inside the lion enclosure. she was confronted by a four-year-old lion named co cous cous. >> the intern entered the lion's enkwlez sure where she was attacked and fatally injured. >> when my deputies arrived on scene, the victim was still in the enclosure. >> deputies say the lion refused to let them near the victim. so they had to kill it. when they fieull-timely got to hanson, she was dead. fish and wildlife officials are trying to determine why she was inside the cage in the first place. we will have our forensics lab look at the animal. >> the facility has the proper state license to care for exotic animals and that this is the first attack in the park's 20-year history. but he also says he has a good idea of what went wrong. >> they're lions. th
. there will three shoot on march 2nd in san francisco, san jose, and union city, and on march 3rd. >> there's another con concert cancelled. and now a tour from the east coast is in jeopardy. sergio quintana is live. sergio, a scheduled concert tonight and another tomorrow afternoon are now off. reporter: a twoat total of 2004 concerts have been canceled. two earlier this week, tonight was as no-good, and the sign has been put up for tomorrow's 2:00 p.m. show. it has been cancelled. ♪. reporter: tickedholders for tonight's concert were met by a trio of wood winds playing outside the box office. the show was cancelled. >> we can'ted to explain to them the situation and have a little music going for them to listen to and enjoy so at least they get something to hear. reporter: as they played and picketed out here, negotiations continued inside over terms for a new contract. these musicians say the san francisco symphony has several grammy awards so they deserve a bump in pay. >> the los angeles philharmonic, the chicago symphony orchestras, so we need to be able to offer competitive salaries
in connection with the death of an elderly news vendor in san francisco will be charnld with his murder after all. 77-year-old donald ayers was on break when he was attacked. mark anthony cassell walked up to him and slammed him onto the pavement for no apparent reason. the fall shattered ayers' hip and he died three weeks later in the hospital. cassell was charged with one count of murder and also will be charged with an additional count of elder abuse. the da said he didn't have enough evidence to charge him with more, but bail is set at half a million dollars. >>> there's word tonight that san jose is about to spend big so that tech giants continue thinking the golden state instead of the lone star state. it appears the city is prepared to spend millions to make sure that happens. we're outside to explain san jose's, shall we call it, an incentive plan? >> reporter: that's what we're calling it tonight, jessica, and it certainly seems you have to give to get is the philosophy the city of san jose is falling, and trying to make sure samsung stays and grows here in the silicon valley rather
to make san francisco its homeport has just left port in the last ten minutes. right there you can see a live picture of the princess cruise ílines grand princess heading out to sea. it was expected to leave port for hawai'i around 4:00 this afternoon, but a coast guard inspection kept the ship in port until:00 this evening. princess cruises are not say why the ship was delayed in port, but said they expected it to take off around 10:00 this angeand that it did. today's maiden voyage of the "grand princess" meant long lines and big business. coming up, the complaints that some people had as the ship pulled into his homeport today. >>> a painful anniversary for the friends and family of the sierra lamar. you will south bay teenager was seen one year-ago today. a man is charged with her's murder, but her body has not been found. cara liu reports on how the search effort continues to this day. >> reporter: friends and family marked the first anniversary of the sierra lamar's disappearance. >> a year-ago today most important person in i life went missing are the balloons were released in
of the victims has to the bay area. >>> two people arrested in san francisco. the crime they are accused of committing. >>> gearing up for the oakland running festival. they are getting set to start in just a half hour. >>> good morning. welcome to mornings on 2 i'm claudine wong. >> and i'm mike mibach. let's dive into it and get a check of the forecast. good morning, to you rosemary. >> good morning. it's a gorgeous day for a run. it's a bit of a chilly start. another round of nice mild weather into the afternoon. this could be the warmest day. i see cooler weather on the way. i'll detail your forecast and have a look at your numbers for today copping up -- coming up >>> sis pecked gunman in a -- suspected gunman in a marine bar rack shooting is from the bay area. she graduated from liberty high in brentwood. her friends say she dreamt of joining the marines and serving her country. >> we were talking about her wanting to come over and i wanted to see her. i wanted her to see my baby. the last time she saw him was when he turned one. i just missed her a lot. and we talk through facebo
st century. the conclave is about to begin. >> reporter: we're live in san francisco where bay area catholics will be praying for a new pope. we'll tell you about a special mass taking place here in san francisco. >> reporter: and a teacher accused of tying up a student, a 2-year-old girl who refused to take a nap. we'll tell you how school leaders are responding this morning. >>> how a fire scene quickly turned into a crime scene in the north bay. "mornings on 2" begins right now. >>> well, good morning. welcome to "mornings on 2." i'm dave clark. >> i'm tori campbell. it's tuesday, march 12th. >>> happening now -- in 45 minutes, the college of cardinals will gather at the claple for a final prayer before the start of the conclave in the vatican. earlier this morning, mass was held to pray for the election of the new pope. [bell tolling] >> at 8:30 this morning, our time, after the final prayer, the cardinals will walk from pauline chapel to the sistine chapel. once inside the doors will be locked and conclave will officially begin with the 115 cardinals inside. the first coat coul
. san francisco is 51 and we have 52 in san carlos. half moon bay is 45 and santa cruz 51. this was the last full weekend of winter. spring also arrives and so does the rain this upcoming week. we'll talk about that coming up. >> leigh, thank you. oakland police took several people into custody after an early morning hop side lead to a standoff. officers surrounded the crime scene at 25th avenue and international boulevard for about 10 hours. the trouble began about 1:30 this morning. that's when two shooting victims showed up at a local emergency room. one of them died from his injuries. officers removed several people from the home when the standoff finally ended around 11:30 this morning. no word from police if anyone detained has been arrested for this shooting. >>> two teenagers are headed to juvenile jail for at least a year after a judge found them guilty of raping a 16-year-old girl. it is a case that's divided an entire time. larry jacobs has the story. >> for a minimum period of yon year. >> reporter: moments after the juvenile court judge handed down the sunday
bullying is so in san francisco unified we say we have a zero tolerance for bullying or any kind of activity like bullying i want to decouple zero tolerance from the notion of having punitive measures because we don't believe in that. we mean that every classroom, every school environment should be a safe environment where everyone is welcomed regardless of who you are, regardless of your ethnic background, sexual orientation or cultural background and we don't couple that with behaviors that kids will display. and the other thing in terms of context that i want to make sure is clear and i didn't am happy you're here and we are fighting a battle against pop culture and the messages they receive on tv, logging on to the facebook page, logging on to all of the social media that is out there, think how many times in pop culture they refer to someone as "their little b, or little n" and that's just the way we greet each other and for someone that entered school only speaking spanish and you think about the language issues and in spanish i can tell you a whole bunch of terms that p
gulezian, abc7 news. >> this afternoon's performance of the san francisco symphony is cancelled because of the ongoing strike by symphony musicians. that's in addition to last night's concert and two other performances that were already cancelled. abc7 news reporter sergio tells us, this week's prestigious tour of the east coast is also in jeopardy. ♪ >> ticket holders were met by a trio of woodwinds outside of the box office and some picketing. >> we wanted to be here to explain to them the situation and just -- have a little music going for them to listen to and to enjoy so at least they get something to hear. >> as they played and picketed out here, negotiations continued inside over terms for a new contract. these musicians say the san francisco symphony has a stellar pedigree, including several grammy awards, so they deserve a bump in pay. the los angeles philharmonic, the chicago symphony orchestra, they also want to recruit the best talent. we need to be able to offer a competitive salary. as you very well know, we have probably the highest cost of living. >> on average each ea
the landfill by the ton. not for long. the new purpose for old shingles. >> dodgers caps in san francisco city hall? obviously something is very wrong here. and we're not talking about the selection of music. >> mother nature's selection of seasons a little bit off. we're not even in spring yet and we had a summer-like feel with mid-50s and clouds for most of the day at the beach but you go inland, i'll tell you what you had temperatures 20, 25 degrees warmer. beautiful shot of the city. there's a look at san jose. find out when you may hit 80 in san jose. that's coming up. dodgers caps i >>> members of the san francisco symphony took to city hall in dodgers caps in protest today. musicians are on the verge of striking next week because of a possible pay freeze. the dodgers hats represent higher wages made by musicians in the l.a. philharmonic orchestra. a strike would cancel the east coast tour. >>> you would have to work more hours than there are in a day in you are making minimum wage to afford rent. don ford reports. >> reporter: the government d
traveling together in the manuscript. going to resorts and staying at the st. francis hotel in san francisco, which is where fatty arbuckle and queen victoria state. a very palatial place. i realized then there was quite a large gap between what steinbeck wrote and what he actually did on his trip. who he met, where he went, who he traveled with. >> you call him a fraud? >> i did. that was sort of a slow process. in my notebook, the day i read the manuscript i wrote the thing that this is a fraud. but i did not use that word until much later. i was introduced by a friend of mine at the "post-gazette." he called it something of a fraud. i like the way that rang. in a sense it is a literary fraud. it was marketed, sold, reviewed, and topped for 50 years is a true story. or 50 years is a true story. >> how old was he? >> 58, and not in great health. he had a couple strokes. he was fine, but not a young man. >> let's take a look at that. we were at the steinbeck center back in 2002 when we did a series on writers. what was it named after? , i hope.ixote's horse i'm a nonfiction guy. >> what iron
negotiations are underway between the san francisco symphony and striking musicians. the labor dispute forced the symphony to cancel its concerted tonight, third such cancellation. musicians say they need more money living in the city. musicians and som phone any negotiated for 13 hours over the past couple of days but have not come up with a resolution. anyone with tickets to a cancelled show can get a refund or exchange them. no word yet if tomorrow night's concert will be cancelled. coming up the winner of the symbolic republican straw poll. plus, a look at the fallout after a republican voices support for same-sex marriage. also the president outlines a plan to get the u.s. off foreign oil without costing taxpayers a dime. of course, there is a catch. and how this pooch ended up in ireland instead of arizona. >> i'm meteorologist leigh glaser. a dry weekend for the bay area but next week big >> carolyn: the president wants to break the foreign oil depend eps. he outlined a plan to pay for energy alternative development. it would include drilling important oil and gas here in the u.s. >> i
highlight there. from san francisco southward, maybe a couple showers at most in the san francisco area. south of there should be pretty dry. today's forecast, we showed you the rain from seattle northwards. dry everywhere else. a lot more clouds around during the middle of this week. temperatures getting up into the mid-70s. enjoy. >>> a lot of us around the entire country would pay for some mid-70s. >> we would take that definitely, no doubt. >>> flying blind, knives allowed back on planes and now over 170 traffic control towers face closure. >>> stocks take a big hit overnight. >>> this $10 million roller coaster is for you along with its world record-setting drop. "early today" is back in two. >>> welcome back. stories making news for you. later today, president obama will officially nominate tomas perez to be the next secretary of labor. he currently heads the civil rights division and would be the only hispanic in the president's second-term cabinet if confirmed. >>> police in india say five men have confessed to raping a swiss tourist. two more suspects are being sought here. >>>
of unleaded is 3.74, according to gasbuddy.com. the average here in san francisco is 4.15, oakland 4.10, san jose, $4.11. the lowest price, sacramento, $4.02 a gallons. >>> researchers found cardiac problems in veterans with with post traumaer stress disorder, new orleans hurricane survivors, and in greece due to economic stress. it affects blood pressure, blood sugar and other things that cause heart trouble. the findings were discussed at a cardiology conference in san francisco. >>> there may be another life- saving use for aspirin. researchers say it may lower the risk of some skin can. the study looked at nearly 60,000 women over 12 years and found women who us ood aspirin had a 21% lower risk of melanoma and the longer she took it the better. women who used aspirin for five years or longer had a 30% lower risk. researchers did not find the same link when looking at other pain medications. >>> and scientists have found certain diabetes medication may help protect patients center developing heart failure. researchers look at nearly 4500 patient
its way on shore. san francisco, 61 degrees tomorrow and looking at 80 degrees as we kick off the weekend in southern california. it will cool down early next week. >> for the folks in the northwest, they may want to watch movies. we have suggestions for them right now. the box office poised for a giant disappointment this weekend. "jack the giant slayer" hits theaters today and while it's projected to make $30 million, the film's $200 million is not doing it any favors. >>> another movie comedy "21 and over" aimed at the 21 and under crowd, hoping to cash in on the same group as last year's "project x." and "the last exorcism" turns out to not be the last one this weekend as well. harry potter star daniel radcliffe trading in his wand for a humpback in the latest remake. while his potter costar emma watson going the glamorous route as she puts on the glass slipper for "cinderella" due out in 2014. billy bush caught up with jennifer lawrence where she admitted to getting some help, shall we say, in her christian dior ads. take a listen. >> oh, my god. i haven't seen these. >>
with congressional republicans but only if they compromise on the tax issue. >>> san francisco's muni is kicking off a trial program today. thousands of low income youth can now ride muni buses and trains for free. kpix 5 reporter cate caugiran joins us live this morning with more on this much awaited program. >> reporter: good morning. today students, parents and school leaders can finally celebrate what's been a hard win for program advocates. the free muni for youth program took two years to get to this point letting low to moderate income youth between 5 and 17 years old ride muni for free with a valid clipper card. funding comes from the transit performance initiative grant. the pilot program will last 16 months. the total operating cost is $1.6 million. advocates say it will help 40,000 youth riders and families especially as rider costs are on the rise. rider costs $22 a mon for a youth muni pass. the program has already had had a strong response even before it started. about 20,000 children have already signed up. live in san francisco, cate caugiran
degrees. 68, san francisco. getting into the weekend, temperatures will maintain in the 70s. looking good for the st. patrick's day plan. checking your drive. see if there is any improvement. the bay bridge toll plaza, not so bad. we do see movement. the clouds are low. they are not on the roadway. they are just above that. open patches of fog. 880 both directions between the bridges. southbound just past 92. with he do have a crash over on the shoulder. slowing down. >> a slowdown for the south bay. typical commute to the south bay. this crash has completely cleared from the roadway. 101 north of 680. >>> we'll have another local update in one half hour from right now. we hope see you then. ♪ >>> 8:00 now on this thursday >>> 8:00 now this thursday morning, the 14th of march, 2013. we have come outside with everybody. we have a treat. music this morning. ♪ >> this is the sour secret society band from syracuse. a show band. >> okay. >> the orange -- >> this is not the orange marching band. they are with -- they're from syracuse university, called the sour citrus society band. >> we ha
in cities throughout the country, l.a., san francisco, oakland, chicago, new york. a black power ferment of people asking how do we take the gains in the successes and the power of the civil rights movement and translate into that power that can challenge poverty. the civil rights movement have been tremendously successful at dismantling jim crow and dismantling segregation but what it didn't do was it didn't provide an insurgent means to transform poverty. it didn't provide a way to change ghettoization and it didn't reach the full goal to the participants in the civil rights movement of freedom and power. what you have is really an in 66 it became a big cause. but power, how do we build black power? there were organizations in most major cities asking this question and try to think about it. there were a lot of different kinds of approaches. one important kind of answer to this was to say we are not just going to come its not that we just want to be part of america. america is an imperial power and we need to really challenge that imperialism and part them parcel the anticolonial strug
their apartment. it took crews a few hours to control these flames in san francisco's bay view district. two firefighters did get hurt. one fell off a ladder. the other suffered minor smoke inhalation. both are expected to be okay. >>> a slight chance of rain in the forecast. meteorologist christina loren, i can see the clouds behind you. >> they are thickening up. marla, good morning to you. live look here. of course, the bay bridge. sliver of sunshine here. we will notice the clouds increasing, getting darker throughout the day. nonetheless, highs are really comfortable. 67 in livermore. 66 in san jose. 65 in gilroy, taking you through the next few hours, we'll stay nice and dry until this evening. stopped the clock on your future cast, between 2:00 and 6:00. showers mostly developing in the north bay. thursday we have a better chance. friday a bit of a break. that will warm us up to 75 degrees. saturday and sunday, our chances really ramp up. sunday, yes, for easter, we'll see a little bit of rain at the very least easter morning. 7:27. it's rush hour. let's see how we're doing with mike.
to report. upper 60s, low 70s. 66 in oakland, 65 on the way to san francisco today. tomorrow the rain moves in but not until we hit the second half of the day. by wednesday a washout. thursday, temperatures start to climb back up. we'll get more sunshine and that will hold on all the way through the weekend. >>> for your forecast any time, you can always check out weather.com. now we're going to head to sanibel, florida. very warm that way. willard scott is here with us. willie. >> here we are. sanibel harbor marriott. always good food, nice people. they take care of you. that's why we're here. i am the world's biggest free loader and i know how to do it right. good do it right. good old smucker's birthdays. we have birthday buddies. this is helen snyder from north wales, pennsylvania. happy birthday. she's 100 years old today. you can't beat that. and this is frank ladd from beautiful papillon nebraska, 100 years old. william mcclain from cincinnati, ohio and he's 100 years old today. happy birthday, sir. you're a gentleman. now take a little look at claire murphy, a sweet thing she s-an i
debates, rigorous debates happening in cities throughout the country, l. a.m., san francisco and oakland, chicago, new york, a real ferment, a black power ferment of people asking how do we take the gains and the successes and the power of the civil rights movement, and how do we translate that into the kind of power that can challenge poverty and ghettoization. the civil rights movement had been incredibly successful at dismantling formal segregation, but what it didn't do, is it doesn't provide an insurgent means to transform poverty, it didn't provide a way to change ghettoization, it didn't reach the full goals that the participants in the civil rights movement were really aspiring to of freedom, of power. and so what you had in the starting really in '66 it became a very big call was a question, black power. how do we build black power? there were dozens of organizations in most major cities asking this question and trying to thub it. think about it. there were a lot of different kinds of approaches. one important kind of theoretical answer to this was to say we're not just going to
court. we'll be checking in with san francisco city attorney dennis herrera. he has been -- >> on the forefront. >> stephanie: in the trenches the whole time on this marriage equality issue. big show. big show today! by the way speaking of big shows, sexy liberal chicago looking at my flights -- booking my flight yesterday. on its way to sellout. hal sparks, john fuglesang and i at the chicago theatre april 13. oh and rocky mountain mike reminds us what airline i will be flying because if you tuned in my flight back from tucson tucson -- >> horny middle-aged woman. [ laughter ] >> how is that working out? >> stephanie: this is my experience lately. straight men and women when you tell them you're gay they take that as a challenge -- >> to move in on your mouth. >> stephanie: to ask -- she leaned in on the flight and said may i kiss you? like she was offering a mint. i was like no. no, no no. thank you. no, thank you. i was a very pommite chipmunk -- i was a very polite chipmunk. would you like my peanuts? >> no. >> did she take no as an answer the first time? >> stephanie
close to yesterday. 70 degrees for gilroy. and 69 in san francisco. looking good until thursday. then, we're going to clear you out. forecast. savannah? >>> all right, dylan. thank you. voting is under way this morning for a special election for south carolina's first open congressional district seat. former governor mark sanford one of the names on the ballot after he looks for a comeback. kelly o'donnell is in charleston for us. kelly, good morning. >> reporter: good morning, savannah. people here say they've been overwhelmed by the number of candidates, many swamping the local tv stations with campaign ads. much of the attention has been on the former governor after his public affair, and he's now seeking political redemption. a chance for an unlikely comeback. >> how are you, mark sanford, good to see you. >> reporter: former south carolina governor mark sanford is up against 15 fellow republicans running for congress. >> i feel like i'm supposed to be crawling back on to this larger playing field that i had stepped away from for a couple years and i've been blown away by the warm
with a democratic win in san francisco to clean up graffiti. he would say, what are you talking about. or his colleagues came out with a plan to sweep the streets. it just makes no sense at a local level. board of california politics, pragmatism at the local level. i have always said that ideologues make lousy mayors and the opposite is true. you have to get things done. one of the nice things is proximity has a little bit more legitimacy. a little bit more locally optimistic than state and federally. >> politicians make lousy mayors, but you are the opposite. [applause] >> thank you. >> i would like to thank you for these, by the way. we have to make real change like the tea party dead in a top-down approach sadly i would like to take its dissipated debate, the debate about the sequester, and folks have changed their behavior. they have become hostage to that ideological legitimate. but you know, i have gone to great lengths to compo complement the movement. folks took over four out of five weeks. i have so much fun i went over and join them in a circle. i got a sense of the vibrancy of the
friday morning. meteorologist, christina loren. a live look at a foggy sky over san francisco and most of the bay area. fog is expected to burn off by about 9:00 a.m. temperatures up towards 80 degrees inland. 70 degrees for san francisco. we do have an area of low pressure that's slated to bring us showers and thunderstorms over the course of your easter weekend. looks like sunday morning will be active. hope you have a fantastic and safe easter holiday. >>> a congressman from alaska is under fire this morning for something he said in a radio interview. ly four members who have been there longer. he turns 80 in june, and in this instance he was talking about immigration and how jobs in america have changed. >> what are we doing? >> reporter: in an interview released by alaskan radio station krbd thursday congressman don young is talking about latinos who once worked on his family's ranch in california, and he used an offensive slur to describe them. >> my father had a ranch. we used to hire 50 to 60 wetbacks to pick tomatoes. it takes two people to pick the same tomatoes now. it's all
the week and so is this. a look outside at the bay bridge in san francisco. keep it up until 6:00 a.m. this is "today in the bay." >>> from nbc bay area, this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning, it is 4:30, 4:31. did you change your clock? hi, everybody. i'm jon kelley. it is a little bit rough. >> i think so. such a gorgeous weekend. i'm laura garcia cannon. lots to get to. let's check the forecast with meteorologist, christina lauren. >>> we are going to let the good times roll. good morning to you at home. a chilly start to the day. we are headed towards the upper 60s to mid-70s. another beautiful day shaping up. we are going to keep that warmup going for most of this week. . then, the rain arrives. a lot to talk about new week, new seven day. let's check the drive. >>> same old construction. oakland, look over at the flashing lights off to our right. from 66 up, no major construction. the maps, north p
and 80s. san francisco hitting the 70s today. big-time changes just around the corner, though. beware the ides of march. that's all i'll say for now. good morning, mike. >>> we're trying to see just around the corner over here. golden gate bridge, fog advisory
at san francisco. that's a nice moon on this monday, march 25th. this is "today in the bay." >>> good morning. it is 4:30 on this morning. i'm marla tallez in for jon kelley. >> i'm laura garcia cannon. let's check the forecast with christina loren. >> good morning, ladies. we have a great-looking day shaping up, specially when you consider rain chances start tomorrow. we have a chance for rain each and every day through easter sunday. if you want to get outdoors without getting rained on, "today" is your day to do it. temperatures in the upper 40s. a couple of 30s. watch out for fog up in santa rosa. otherwise, we're doing queso far. spring break for some. last week, next week, and schools around the bay area roe kating th roetaiting that schedule. over the last ten minutes, crews moving around. no real slowing through the area. i will let you know about traffic breaks as i see them. we will go to the tri valley where we have slowing down on the eastbound 80. near the altamore pass. >>> the coast guard will decide whether to resume the search for a missing 22-year-old man from
is flowing nicely into san francisco. road work out there right now. we have eastbound 580 typical. the lanes between greenville and north flynn until 11:00 this morning, eastbound direction, are closed. summersville off-ramp from eastbound 4 is shut until 5:00 this morning. >> developing news from the south bay. campbell police are looking for the gunman who shot and killed a young man last night. amy hollyfield is live at the scene. amy? >> police have one lead. they say a dark sedan was seen leaving the area after the shooting. police are still here looking for any other clues. they are talking to two witnesses. they got a lot of 911 calls when this happened last night. they are following up on leads. no arrests have been made. they identified the victim, an 18-year-old richard vega shot dead at 10:20 last night. they found him in the driveway. he was taken to the hospital. he was alive at time but he died at the hospital. police say they do need help finding the killer. we are asking the community to contact us with any information they may have or any resident would may have surveillance
to be comfortable in the heat of the day. 69, san francisco. 76 degrees in places like fairfield. getting into the weekend, staying steady. >> and that's your latest weather. >>> we have a heart warming study this morning brought to our attention by our nbc station in atlanta, wxia. a 9-year-old boy and his ten-year-old friend are being hailed as heroes. a. a 9-year-old boy and his 10-year-old friend are being held heroes this morning after helping a mother save her young son. susannah was sitting in her living room when she noticed something was wrong with her son. >> he seemed non-responsive to my smile so at that point i put my finger under his nose and realized he wasn't breathing. >> rome ran outside for help and found 9-year-old rocky hurt and 10-year-old ethan wilson across the street. >> we were out there playing football and somebody yelled called 911. >> back inside rome panicked. >> i was continuing to scream, not knowing what to do, and then rocky runs in, who i'd never met, and he's standing behind me. >> reporter: rome says she splashed water on the baby's face and began to
, oakland, 580, 8808 along the peninsula and north bay san francisco will be impeded. 8 880 slows. >> we'll be back at 7:56 with our next news and weather update. we'll see you then. >>> now we're back at 7:30 now on a friday morning, the 1st of march, by the way, 2013. that is a new version of the harlem shake that was actually performed on a plane in the air and this morning, guess what, it's under investigation by the faa. the college students behind that have any regrets about doing it? we'll be talking to them, coming up. >>> meanwhile, inside studio 1a, i'm matt lauer along with natalie morales, who is in for savannah, while she is making her with a back from italy. >>> this mirror actually makes you look 10 years younger. i looked at it, i thought i actually looked 20 years old. >> if the price of this is going to come down to a reasonable price, how many people will want to have this in their homes or their businesses? >> right. >> morning anchor at wnbc here in new york new york. she is a nonbeliever. we talked to her about this on the air this morning. she doubted us. darlene d
on san francisco's bay bridge is being billed as the world's largest l.e.d. light sculpture. >> the bay bridge is beautiful, too. i wanted to find a way to let this bridge shine in the region's consciousness once more. >> reporter: first opened in 1936, the bay bridge is the lesser known, harder working cousin of the golden gate bridge, carrying more than twice as much annual traffic. to raise the bridge's profile, davis turned to artist leo villarreal, best known for light sculptures in new york and washington, d.c. for this project, called the bay lights, villarreal is using 25,000 white bulbs to illuminate the bridge's 1.8-mile west side. >> the movement of water, traffic. >> reporter: the ever-evolving pattern is controlled by a software program on his laptop, ensuring a different look every night. the bay lights follows in the footsteps of other big city projects like the gates in central park and the waterfalls on new york's east river. and like those other famous attractions, the price is right for spectators. >> what could be better? free show, good friends. >> reporter: the cos
're in the millions and billions, does it matter? >>> as if san francisco wasn't already a city with plenty to see, here's another one. it's called the bay lights. it made its big debut last night. >> it's being called the world's largest l.e.d. light sculpture. it uses over 25,000 lights. they've all been strung along near five miles of vertical suspension cables on san francisco's bay bridge. >> very nice. the lights will be lit every day for the next two years from dusk until morning. when you're competing with the golden gate bridge, you've got to do something. >> we always like to see the light shows. by the way, $8 million in private donations. >> very good. the empire state building here in new york started doing the lights. it's really come on. >> i don't know if they do dancing lights. not yet. >>> coming up, the wildly successful singer who says there's just no excuse for his behavior. >>> exposing 9-year-old girls to the skimpy clothing at victoria's secret. what parents would allow this? we'll let the debate begin. you're watching "world news now." [♪...] >> i've been training all ye
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, california, oakland and san francisco. oakland and san francisco collected hundreds of guns. they paid hundreds of dollars for each one of them. in brooklyn new york, in december, the police department and district attorney's office co-sponsored a gun buyback. again they got hundreds of guns off the street. baltimore, maryland, police officers traded grocery store gift cards for guns. and in los angeles, the city's gang-reduction unit sponsored a gun buyback program that brought in 2,000 weapons. orange county, new york. the sheriff's office there ran a buyback program that ran for three months state, $150 for any gun turned in, ran for three months straight. that's the haul they got. fremont, new jersey, a gun buyback. at the city's fire training facility. paying more than $150,000 in exchange of rifles and assault rifles. santa clara county, california, has had two gun buyback programs just this month. the county provided the money to exchange for the guns. last weekend, atlantic city, new jersey, their guns for cash buyback in atlantic was the second most successful in state history
.s. back in her native san francisco. where due to family connections and the love of music she saw perform and became friends with a lineup of musicians who are now legends. >> quick silver, the dead, the airplane. i had a mad, you know school girl crush on marty ballon. >> decades before official events with president and first lady obama oren hung with a very different kind of crowd. in the heart of san francisco's counterculture haven, haight-ashbury. >> you would play frisbee with jerry garcia and the grateful dead? >> yeah. >> what is your favorite dead song? >> i can't give you a favorite dead song. the truth is i don't know if i should say this on camera. i was not a dead head. i don't know -- that's okay. >> it's okay. >> i sort of felt like i was a band mascot. >> but do not call her a groupie. >> we are not groupies. >> this is penny lane, man. show some respect. >> we inspire the music. we're here because of the music. >> in the late '60s sally oren and her older sister were almost famous but they were pg versions of kate hudson's penny lane. ♪ you want somebody to love". >> j
possible in l.a., san francisco, las vegas, phoenix, new york city, and boston. >>> now to the latest in the fatal lion attack in california. the coroner says diana hanson died from a broken neck, most likely from a single swipe of the lion's paw. >> investigators are trying to figure out why the young woman put herself in such danger in the first place. here's abc's brandi hitt. >> diana died living her dream. she was never happier than the last two months. >> reporter: diana hanson was fearless, according to her father. the 24-year-old loved big cats and interning at fresno county's cat haven. wednesday afternoon, she somehow got into an enclosure with couscous, this 500-pound male lion. and he attacked. >> it just used to scare her mother and i to death to think of her in the cage. i never got used to that. she was fearless. i couldn't believe a 5'4" person could be so fearless around a 600-pound lion or tiger. >> reporter: another worker tried several times to distract couscous, but it didn't work. hanson was killed instantly. >> she died of a broken neck. which means the death wa
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